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Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Degree Requirements Contact Information Begin Exit

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The Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science offers degrees in both the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Arts. Because of the diversity of programs offered, students are encouraged to consider their academic goals at an early stage in their studies, and to consult the chair and other members of the department regarding course selection. Please choose a faculty: Department Overview Faculty of ScienceFaculty of Arts Start Over

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Faculty of Science B.Sc. with Major B.Sc. with Advanced Major B.Sc. with Honours Start Over B.Sc. Advanced Major in a Science with Business B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major B.Sc. Joint Honours

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B.Sc. with Major SUBJECTCREDITS Science A36 Science B12 Science C6 Science Elective6 Arts X12 Arts Y12 Arts Z6 Electives30 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major SUBJECTCREDITS Science A42 Science B12 Science C6 Arts X12 Arts Y6 Approved Electives18 Electives24 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Continue Pattern & Credit Requirements: Start Over

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B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major SUBJECTCREDITS Science A42 Science B36 Science C6 Arts X12 Arts Y6 Approved Electives12 Electives6 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Continue Pattern & Credit Requirements: Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in a Science with Business Administration SUBJECTCREDITS Science A36 BSAD30 CSCI3 Science B12 Science C6 Arts X12 Arts Y6 Arts Z (Econ)6 Approved Elec.9 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Continue Pattern & Credit Requirements: Note: If Science A is not Mathematics, Science B must be Mathematics. Start Over

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B.Sc. with Honours Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue SUBJECTCREDITS Science A60 Science B12 Science C6 Arts X12 Arts Y6 Approved Electives18 Electives6 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Start Over

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B.Sc. Joint Honours Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue SUBJECTCREDITS Science A 84 Science B Science C6 Arts X12 Arts Y6 Approved Electives12 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Start Over

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B.Sc. With Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 55 Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 55 Please choose your degree of interest: B.Sc. With Major in CS B.Sc. With Major in Mathematics Degree Requirements: B.Sc. With Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 65 in each of first two years grade of 65 in each course in Science A Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 70 average 70 in Science A Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 70 average 70 in Science A Please choose your degree of interest: B.Sc. With Advanced Major in CS B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Mathematics Degree Requirements: B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 65 in each of first two years grade of 65 in each course in Science A and B Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 70 average 70 in Science A average 70 in Science B Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 70 average 70 in Science A average 70 in Science B Degree Requirements: Start Over Please choose your degree of interest: B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major (CS) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major (Mathematics) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major (Statistics)

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in a Science with Business Administration Admission requirements at end of second year: average 65 in each of first two years grade of 65 in each course in Science A Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 70 average 70 in Science A Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 70 average 70 in Science A average 70 in BSAD courses over the program Please choose your degree of interest: B.Sc. With Advanced Major in CS with BBA B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Mathematics with BBA Degree Requirements: B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Statistics with BBA Start Over

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B.Sc. with Honours *B.Sc. with Honours in Statistics not currently available. Admission requirements at end of second year: average 75 in each of first two years average 75 in Science A courses completed during the first two years grade of 70 in each course in Science A Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 75 average 75 in Science A courses grade of 70 in each course in Science A Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 75 average 75 in Science A courses grade of 70 in each course in Science A Please choose your degree of interest: B.Sc. With Honours in Computer Science B.Sc. With Honours in Mathematics Degree Requirements: Start Over

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B.Sc. Joint Honours *B.Sc. with Honours in Statistics not currently available. Admission requirements at end of second year: average 75 in each of first two years average 75 in Science A courses and average of 75 in Science B courses completed during the first two years grade of 70 in each course in Science A and Science B Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 75 average 75 in Science A courses average of 75 in Science B courses grade of 70 in each course in Science A and Science B Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 75 average 75 in Science A courses average of 75 in Science B courses grade of 70 in each course in Science A and Science B Please choose your degree of interest: B.Sc. Joint Honours (Computer Science) B.Sc. Joint Honours (Mathematics) Degree Requirements: Start Over

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B.Sc. with Major in Mathematics All students who want to pursue a major degree in mathematics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 231Statistics for Students in the Sciences Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Additional courses in Math, Stat and CS to meet the requirements of the department Download checklist for B.Sc. with Major in Math Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in Mathematics All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in mathematics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 231Statistics for Students in the Sciences Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Math 254Linear Algebra and one of: Math 354 Math 366 Modern Algebra I Real Analysis I Download checklist for B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Math Start Over

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B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Mathematics Start Over Please choose your Joint Program of interest: Biology Chemistry Earth Sciences Physics

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B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Computer Science Start Over Please choose your Joint Program of interest: Biology Chemistry Earth Sciences Physics

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B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Statistics Start Over Please choose your Joint Program of interest: Biology Chemistry Earth Sciences Physics

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Mathematics and Chemistry Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Mathematics(A) with Chemistry(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Chemistry(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics and Biology Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Mathematics(A) with Biology(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Biology(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics and Earth Sciences Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Mathematics(A) with Earth Sciences(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Earth Sciences(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics and Physics Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Mathematics(A) with Physics(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Physics(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Chemistry Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Computer Science(A) with Chemistry(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Chemistry(A) with Computer Science(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Biology Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Computer Science(A) with Biology(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Biology(A) with Computer Science(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Earth Sciences Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Computer Science (A) with Earth Sciences(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Earth Sciences(A) with Computer Science (B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Physics Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Computer Science (A) with Physics(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Physics(A) with Computer Science (B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Statistics and Chemistry Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Statistics(A) with Chemistry(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Chemistry(A) with Statistics) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Statistics and Biology Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Statistics (A) with Biology(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Biology(A) with Statistics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Statistics and Earth Sciences Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Statistics (A) with Earth Sciences(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Earth Sciences(A) with Statistics (B) Please choose your degree of interest:

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Statistics and Physics Start Over B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Statistics (A) with Physics(B) B.Sc. Joint Advanced Major in Physics(A) with Statistics(B) Please choose your degree of interest:

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in Mathematics with Business Administration All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in mathematics with BBA must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 231Statistics for Students in the Sciences Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Math 254Linear AlgebraCS 235Microcomputers in Science and one of: BSAD30 Credits Math 354 Math 366 Modern Algebra I Real Analysis I ECON6 Credits Download checklist for B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Math with BBA Start Over

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B.Sc. with Honours in Mathematics All students who want to pursue an honours degree in mathematics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 231Statistics for Students in the Sciences Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take: Math 254Linear AlgebraMath 367Differential Equations Math 354Modern Algebra IMath 493Senior Thesis Math 366Real Analysis I CS 162Programming and Data Structures and one of: Math 454 Math 466 Stat 435 Modern Algebra II Real Analysis II Regression Analysis Download checklist for B.Sc. With Honours in Math Start Over

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B.Sc. Joint Honours in Mathematics Start Over Please choose your Joint Program of interest: Biology Chemistry Earth Sciences Physics

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B.Sc. Joint Honours in Computer Science Start Over Please choose your Joint Program of interest: Biology Chemistry Earth Sciences Physics

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Mathematics and Chemistry Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Mathematics(A) with Chemistry(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Chemistry(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics and Biology Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Mathematics(A) with Biology(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Biology(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics and Earth Sciences Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Mathematics(A) with Earth Sciences(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Earth Sciences(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics and Physics Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Mathematics(A) with Physics(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Physics(A) with Mathematics(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Chemistry Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Computer Science(A) with Chemistry(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Chemistry(A) with Computer Science(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Biology Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Computer Science(A) with Biology(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Biology(A) with Computer Science(B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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B.Sc. Joint Honours in Computer Science (A) with Earth Sciences(B) Computer Science and Earth Sciences Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Earth Sciences(A) with Computer Science (B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Computer Science and Physics Start Over B.Sc. Joint Honours in Computer Science (A) with Physics(B) B.Sc. Joint Honours in Physics(A) with Computer Science (B) Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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B.Sc. with Major in Computer Science All students who want to pursue a major degree in computer science must take the following core courses: CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : An additional 12 credits in Math, Stat and CS to meet the requirements of the department Download checklist for B.Sc. with Major in CS Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in Computer Science All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in computer science must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : CS 256 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis Math 253Matrix Algebra CS 275Database Management StatStat Course CS 465 Data Communication Systems and Networks CS 485Software Design Download checklist for B.Sc. With Advanced Major in CS CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in Computer Science with Business Administration All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in computer science with BBA must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : CS 256 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis Math 253Matrix Algebra CS 275Database Management StatStat Course CS 465 Data Communication Systems and Networks CS 235Microcomputers in Science CS 485Software DesignBSAD30 credits ECON6 credits Download checklist for B.Sc. With Advanced Major in CS with BBA CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures Start Over

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B.Sc. with Honours in Computer Science All students who want to pursue an honours degree in computer science must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take: Download checklist for B.Sc. With Honours in CS CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 491Senior Seminar CS 162 Programming and Data Structures Math 111Calculus I CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 112Calculus II CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 277Discrete Structures CS 375Operating Systems CS 256 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis CS 487Organization of Programming Languages CS 275Database Management CS 493Senior Thesis CS 365Theory of Computing CS 495Artificial Intelligence CS 465Data Communication Systems and Networks Math 253Matrix Algebra CS 485Software DesignStatA Stat Course Start Over

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B.Sc. with Major in Statistics All students who want to pursue a major degree in statistics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IStat 311Survey Sampling Design Math 112Calculus IIStat 331Statistical methods Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 333Introductory Probably Theory Math 267Calculus IIIStat 491Senior Seminar Math 277Discrete StructuresCS 161Introduction to Programming Stat 231 Stats for Students in the Sciences In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Additional courses in Math, Stat and CS to meet the requirements of the department Download checklist for B.Sc. with Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in Statistics All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in statistics must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Stat 334Mathematical Statistics one of: Stat 435 Stat 472 Regression Analysis Topics in Statistics Download checklist for B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Statistics Math 111Calculus IStat 311Survey Sampling Design Math 112Calculus IIStat 331Statistical methods Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 333Introductory Probably Theory Math 267Calculus IIIStat 491Senior Seminar Math 277Discrete StructuresCS 161Introduction to Programming Stat 231 Stats for Students in the Sciences Start Over

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B.Sc. with Advanced Major in Statistics with Business Administration All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in statistics must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Stat 334Mathematical StatisticsCS 235Microcomputers in Science one of: BSAD30 credits Stat 435 Stat 472 Regression Analysis Topics in Statistics Econ6 credits Download checklist for B.Sc. With Advanced Major in Statistics with BBA Math 111Calculus IStat 311Survey Sampling Design Math 112Calculus IIStat 331Statistical methods Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 333Introductory Probably Theory Math 267Calculus IIIStat 491Senior Seminar Math 277Discrete StructuresCS 161Introduction to Programming Stat 231 Stats for Students in the Sciences Start Over

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Faculty of Arts BA with Major BA with Advanced Major BA with Honours Start Over BA with Honours with subsidiary BA with Joint Major BA with Joint Advanced Major

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B.A. with Major SUBJECTCREDITS Major 136 Minor24 Pair 112 Pair 212 Pair 312 Electives24 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue Start Over This degree requires a minimum of 36 credits at the 300- or 400-level.

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B.A. with Joint Major SUBJECTCREDITS Major 136 Major 236 Pair 112 Pair 212 Electives24 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue Start Over This degree requires a minimum of 36 credits at the 300- or 400- level. Courses in Major 1 or Major 2 may not be used as electives.

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B.A. with Advanced Major Continue Pattern & Credit Requirements: SUBJECTCREDITS Major 136 Minor24 Pair 112 Pair 212 Pair 312 Electives24 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Start Over This degree requires a minimum of 36 credits at the 300- or 400-level.

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B.A. with Joint Advanced Major Continue Pattern & Credit Requirements: SUBJECTCREDITS Major 136 Major 236 Pair 112 Pair 212 Electives24 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Start Over This degree requires a minimum of 36 credits at the 300- or 400- level. Courses in Major 1 or Major 2 may not be used as electives. Senior research paper must be written on a topic in Subject A

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B.A. with Honours Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue SUBJECTCREDITS Major 160 Pair 112 Pair 212 Electives36 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Start Over This degree requires a minimum of 36 credits at the 300- or 400-level.

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B.A. with Honours with Subsidiary Pattern & Credit Requirements: Continue SUBJECTCREDITS Major 1min 48 Major 2min 24 Pair 112 Electives24-36 TOTAL CREDITS 120 Start Over NOTE: Major 1 plus Major 2 up to a maximum of 84 credits. A minimum of 24 credits of electives must be from departments other than honours and subsidiary. This degree requires a minimum of 36 credits at the 300- or 400-level.

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B.A. With Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 55 Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 55 Please choose your degree of interest: B.A. With Major in CS B.A. With Major in Mathematics Degree Requirements: B.A. With Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.A. With Joint Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 55 Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 55 add content!!!!!!! Please choose your degree of interest: B.A. With Major in CS B.A. With Major in Mathematics Degree Requirements: B.A. With Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.A. with Advanced Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 65 in each of first two years grade of 65 in each major and minor course Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 70 average 70 in the major courses average 70 in the minor courses Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 70 average 70 in the major courses average 70 in the minor courses Please choose your degree of interest: B.A. With Advanced Major in CS B.A. With Advanced Major in Mathematics Degree Requirements: B.A. With Advanced Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.A. with Joint Advanced Major Admission requirements at end of second year: average 65 in each of first two years grade of 65 in each major and minor course Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 70 average 70 in the major courses average 70 in the minor courses Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 70 average 70 in the major courses average 70 in the minor courses ADD CONTENT!!! Please choose your degree of interest: B.A. With Advanced Major in CS B.A. With Advanced Major in Mathematics Degree Requirements: B.A. With Advanced Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.A. with Honours *B.A. with Honours in Statistics not currently available. Admission requirements at end of second year: average 75 on 60 credits completed in the first two years average 75 in all courses completed in the honours subject during the first two years grade of 70 in each course in the honours subject Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 75 average 75 in the honours courses grade of 70 in each course in the honours subject Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 75 average 75 in the honours courses grade of 70 in each course in the honours subject Please choose your degree of interest: B.A. With Honours in Computer Science B.A. With Honours in Mathematics Degree Requirements: Start Over

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B.A. with Honours with Subsidiary *B.A. with Honours in Statistics not currently available. Admission requirements at end of second year: average 75 on 60 credits completed in the first two years average 75 in all courses completed in the honours subject during the first two years grade of 70 in each course in the honours subject Advancement from end of 3 rd to 4 th year requires: average 75 average 75 in the honours courses grade of 70 in each course in the honours subject Graduation and 4 th year requirements: average 75 average 75 in the honours courses grade of 70 in each course in the honours subject Please choose your degree of interest: B.A. Honours with Subsidiary in Computer Science B.A. Honours with Subsidiary in Mathematics Degree Requirements: Start Over

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B.A. with Major in Mathematics All students who want to pursue a major degree in mathematics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 201Elementary Statistics Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : An additional 12 credits in Math, Stat and CS to meet the requirements of the department Download checklist for B.A. with Major in Math Start Over

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B.A. with Advanced Major in Mathematics All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in mathematics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 201Elementary Statistics Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Math 254Linear Algebra Math 354Modern Algebra I and one of: Math 354 Math 366 Modern Algebra I Real Analysis I Download checklist for B.A. with Advanced Major in Math Start Over

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B.A. with Honours in Mathematics All students who want to pursue an honours degree in mathematics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IMath 277Discrete Structures Math 112Calculus IIMath 491Senior Seminar Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 201Elementary Statistics Math 267Calculus IIICS 161 Introduction to Programming (CS 162 is also recommended) In addition to the core courses, a student must also take: Math 254Linear AlgebraMath 367Differential Equations Math 354Modern Algebra IMath 493Senior Thesis Math 366Real Analysis I CS 162Programming and Data Structures and one of: Math 454 Math 466 Stat 435 Modern Algebra II Real Analysis II Regression Analysis Download checklist for B.A. with Honours in Math Start Over

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B.A. with Major in Computer Science All students who want to pursue a major degree in computer science must take the following core courses: CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Additional courses in Math, Stat and CS to meet the requirements of the department Download checklist for B.A. with Major in CS Start Over

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B.A. with Advanced Major in Computer Science All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in computer science must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Download checklist for B.A. with Advanced Major in CS CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures CS 256 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis Math 253Matrix Algebra CS 275Database Management StatStat Course CS 465 Data Communication Systems and Networks CS 485Software Design Start Over

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B.A. with Honours in Computer Science All students who want to pursue an honours degree in computer science must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take: Download checklist for B.A. with Honours in CS CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures CS 256 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis CS 487Organization of Programming Languages CS 275Database Management CS 493Senior Thesis Cs 365Theory of Computing CS 495Artificial Intelligence CS 465Data Communication Systems and Networks Math 253Matrix Algebra CS 485Software DesignStatStat Course Start Over

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Computer Science Start Over B.A. Honours with Subsidiary Computer Science and English B.A. Honours with Subsidiary Computer Science and Economics Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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Mathematics Start Over B.A. Honours with Subsidiary Mathematics and English B.A. Honours with Subsidiary Mathematics and Economics Please choose your degree of interest to see the required courses:

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B.A. with Major in Statistics All students who want to pursue a major degree in statistics must take the following core courses: Math 111Calculus IStat 311Survey Sampling Design Math 112Calculus IIStat 331Statistical methods Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 333Introductory Probably Theory Math 267Calculus IIIStat 491Senior Seminar Math 277Discrete StructuresCS 161Introduction to Programming Stat 201Elementary Statistics In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Additional courses in Math, Stat and CS to meet the requirements of the department Download checklist for B.A. with Major in Statistics Start Over

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B.A. with Advanced Major in Statistics All students who want to pursue an advanced major degree in statistics must take the following core courses: In addition to the core courses, a student must also take : Download checklist for B.A. with Advanced Major in Statistics CS 161Introduction to ProgrammingCS 375Operating Systems CS 162 Programming and Data Structures CS 491Senior Seminar CS 255Advanced Data StructuresMath 111Calculus I CS 365Theory of ComputingMath 112Calculus II Math 277Discrete Structures Math 111Calculus IStat 311Survey Sampling Design Math 112Calculus IIStat 331Statistical methods Math 253Matrix AlgebraStat 333Introductory Probably Theory Math 267Calculus IIIStat 491Senior Seminar Math 277Discrete StructuresCS 161Introduction to Programming Stat 201Elementary Statistics Stat 334Mathematical Statistics one of: Stat 435 Stat 472 Regression Analysis Topics in Statistics Start Over

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Contact Us! If you need any additional information you can check out our departmental website which is located at http://www.stfx.ca/academic/mathcs/ http://www.stfx.ca/academic/mathcs/ Also you can email the Chair of the Department (Dr. Joe Apaloo) with any additional questions at: japaloo@stfx.cajapaloo@stfx.ca Our departmental office is located on the ground floor of the Annex (Annex 24A). Please feel free to stop by or contact our Administrative Assistant, Rhonda MacDonald at rtmacdon@stfx.ca, 867-3972. Please see campus map for location.rtmacdon@stfx.cacampus map Our Mailing address is: Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science St. Francis Xavier University, The Annex P.O. Box 5000 Antigonish, NS B2G 2W5 Exit Start Over

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